Journal of
Soil Science and Environmental Management

  • Abbreviation: J. Soil Sci. Environ. Manage.
  • Language: English
  • ISSN: 2141-2391
  • DOI: 10.5897/JSSEM
  • Start Year: 2010
  • Published Articles: 281

Table of Content: July 2010; 1(5)

July 2010

Environmental impact assessment of oil and gas sector: A case study of Magurchara gas field

This study focuses on the environmental impact assessment of Magurcherra gas field through environmental, socio-economical and meteorological study. The major activities involved are seismic activities, drilling activities, exploration and production. In the case of Magurcherra gas field, improper planning and drilling activities have created explosion and caused huge environmental damage. In order to evaluate the...

Author(s): J. B. Alam, A. A. M. Ahmed, G. M. Munna and A. A. M. Ahmed

  • Article Number: BF0BB299701

July 2010

Manure application setback effect on phosphorus and sediment in runoff

Surface application of animal manure increases nutrients at the soil surface with increased potential for nutrient loss in runoff. Non-application setbacks are often required with the intent to reduce nutrient loss to surface water. The objective of this research was to determine the effect of setback distance on phosphorus and sediment in runoff. The research was conducted in eastern Nebraska on 24 ha of a terraced...

Author(s): Ahmed Al-wadaey, , S. Charles Wortmann, A. Charles Shapiro, G. Thomas Frantiand E. Dean Eisenhauer

  • Article Number: D3AE0569710

July 2010

Characterizing sites for the design and restoration of Kalacha irrigation scheme, Chalbi district, Kenya: Socio-economic and biophysical considerations

Site characterization was carried out in Kalacha irrigation scheme for the design and restoration of the scheme. Detailed soil survey was carried at the scale of 1:2,000, through systematic observations, where the soils were described in terms of depth, texture, structure and consistence. Based on these characteristics, four soil units were identified and designated as block A, B, C and D, covering 23, 18, 17 and 42% of...

Author(s): E. M. Muya, K. Gitau, S. Obanyi, M. Ngutu, S. Kuria, H. Sharfi, D. G. Dub, H. Bulle, D. M. Miano, J. Muriethi, G. Keya, I. V. Sijali, S. Mamo, P. M. Maingi, M. Okoti and Eng. M. J. Omedi and A. Esilaba

  • Article Number: 71DC3F79718